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2 gas plants needed for N.E.

But facilities can be built in Canada instead of here, US official says

By Peter J. Howe
Globe Staff / September 14, 2004

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At least two of the roughly dozen liquefied natural gas plants proposed for New England and eastern Canada must get built by 2010 to ensure New England has adequate supplies of gas for heating and power generation, President Bush's top energy regulator said yesterday. (Full Article: 675 Words)

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